John Dowland

- 1563 - 1626 -


A Coy Joy
A Dream
A Fancy
A Fancy
A Fancy
A Fancy
A Fancy
A Fantasia
A Fantasie
A Galliar
A Galliar
A Galliar
A Galliard (on Walsingham)
A Galliar
A Galliar
A Galliar
All ye whom Love or Fortune
An Almain
An Almand
A Pavan
A Pava
A Piece Without Titl
A Piece Without Titl
A Shepherd in a Shade
Awake, sweet love, thou art return'd
Away with there self-loving lads
Behold a wonder here
Burst forth, my tears
By a fountain where I lay
Can she excuse my wrongs?
Can she excuse
Captain Digorie Piper's Galliard
Clear or Cloudy
Come again: Sweet love doth now invite
Come away (Come again)
Come away, come sweet love
Come, heavy sleep
Come when I call (a dialogue)
Come ye heavy states of night
Daphne was not so chaste
Dear, if you change
Dr. Case's Pavan
Die not before thy Day
Disdain me still
Dowland┤s Adieu for Master Oliver Cromwell
Dowland's Galliard
Dowland's first Galliard
Faction that ever Dwells
Far from triumphing court
Farewell (An In Nomine)
Farewell too fair
Farewell unkind
Fie on this feigning
Fine knacks for ladies
Flow my tears (Lacrimae)
Flow not so fast
Forlorn hope Fancy
Galliard Fr. Cutting
Galliard to lachrimae
Galliarda Dulandi 8
Galliarda Dulandi 39
Giles hobie's Galliard
Go crystal tears
Go from my window
Hasellwood's Galliard
His golden locks
Humour say that mak'st thou here (a dialogue)
I saw my lady weep
If floods of tears
If my complaints could passions move
If that a sinner's sighs
In darkness let me dwell
It was a time when silly bees
John Dowland's Galiard
Lady Hunsdon's Puffe
Lady, if you so spite me
Lady Laiton┤s Almain
Lend your ears to my sorrow
Lord Strang's March
Loth to depart
Love stood amaz'd
Love those beams
Me, me, and none but me
Melancholy Galliard
Mourn, day is with darkness
Mr.Dowland's Midnight
Mr.George Whitehead, his almand (quinteto de flautas)
Mr.John Langton's Pavan
Mr.Knight's Galliard
Mr.Langton's Gaillard
Mrs. Brigide Fleetwood's Pavan (alias Solus Sine Sola)
Mrs.Clifton's Almain
Mrs.Norrish's Delight
Mrs.Vaux Galliard
Mrs.Vaux's Jig
Mrs.White's nothing
Mrs.White's thing
Mrs.Winter's jump
My heart and tongue were twins
My Lord Chamberlain, His Galliard
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home - 1
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home - 2 
My thoughts are wing'd with hopes
Now cease my wand'ring eyes
Now, o now I needs must part
O sweet woods
O what hath overwrought
Orlando Sleepeth
Pauana Dulandi
Piper's Galliard
Piper's Pavan
Praise blindness eyes
Rest a while, you cruel cares
Round Battle Gaillard
Say love if ever thou didst find
Semper Dowland Semper Dolens
Shall I strive with word
Shall I Sue
Sir John Smith, His Almain
Sir John Souch's Galliard
Sleep, wayward thoughts
Solus Cum Sola
Sorrow, stay
Stay, time, awhile thy flying
Suzanna Galliard
Sweet, stay awhile
Tarleton's Jig
Tarleton's Riserrectione
Tell me, true love
The Earl of Derby's Galliard
The Earl of Essex Galliard (quinteto de flautas)
The Frog Galliard
The Lady Russell's Pavan
The lowest trees have tops
The Most High and Mighty Christianus the Fourth, King of Denmark, His Galliard
The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard
The Queen's Galliard
The Right Honourable Robert, Earl of Essex, His Galliard
The Right Honorable The Lady Clifton's Spirit
The Right Honourable The Lady Rich, Her Galliard
The Right Honourable The Lord Viscount Lisle, His Galliard
The shoemaker's wife - A Toy
Then sit thee down and say
Think'st thou then by thy feigning
Time's eldest son, old age
Time stands still
To ask for all thy love
Toss not my soul
Unquiet Thoughts
Weep you no more, sad fountains
Were every thought an eye
What if a day (ala˙de)
What if a day (canto)
What if I never speed?
What poor astronomers are they
When others sing Venite
When Phoebus first did Daphne love
Where sin sore wounding
White as lilies was her face
Who ever thinks
Wilt thou unkind
Woeful Heart
Would my Conceit